Works (Selection)


1920-1926 Vienna

Planning for the Vienna settlement movement
1923 " 5. Wiener Kleingarten-, Siedlungs- und Wohnbauausstellung“
1924 Participation in Winarsky-Hof (today Otto-Haas-Hof)
1925 Development of the principle of "prefabricated furniture adapted to the room".
Bed- and living room for Mrs. C. Neubacher

1926-1930 Frankfurt/Main

From 1926, work at the Hochbauamt in Frankfurt/Main, Department of Standardisation
Development of the new residential building and typification of the "Frankfurt kitchen”
1927 Marriage with Wilhelm Schütte,
Design concept "Apartment for the working single woman”

1930-1937 Soviet Union

1930 Start of the brigade Ernst May
Construction of new cities for the centres of heavy industry (including Magnitogorsk)
Focus on constructing for children: nurseries, kindergartens and children's clubs, children's furniture
1933/34 Trips to Japan and China

1938-1940 Turkey

Work at the Académie des Beaux Arts Istanbul
Type designs for village schools in Anatolia

1946 Bulgaria / Sofia

Founding of a separate department for the construction of children's houses (kindergartens) at the Sofia City Planning Directorate and planning of kindergartens
Design teaching for kindergartens and nurseries

1947-2000 Vienna and international activity

CIAM Congresses (Congrès International d'Architecture Moderne)
1947 Bridgewater
1949 Bergamo
1950 Barthgasse residential building, Vienna 3 (with Wilhelm Schütte)
Kärntner Volksverlag Klagenfurt (with Fritz Weber)
1952 Kindergarten Kapaunplatz, Vienna 20
1956 Residential building Schüttelstraße, Vienna 2
Globus publishing house, Vienna 20 (with Karl Eder, Wilhelm Schütte, Fritz Weber)
Study trip to China
1961 Cuba
1963 Development of design principles for children's institutions
Kindergarten Rinnböckstraße, Vienna 11
1966 GDR Research work on kindergarten construction for the Bauakademie Berlin-DDR
1969 Apartment with rooftop terrace in Vienna
1975 Terrace house - design concept

Prizes and Honours (Selection)

1980 City of Vienna Prize for Architecture of the
1987 Honorary membership of the University of Applied Arts
1989 1st prize of the IKEA Foundation, honorary doctorate of the Technical Universities of Graz, Munich, Berlin and Vienna
1992 Medal of Honor in Gold (City of Vienna)
1993 Austrian Decoration of Honour for Science and Art
Honorary pin of the Austrian Federal Chamber of Architects and Engineers
1994 Honorary member of the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna
1997 Grand Decoration of Honour of the Republic of Austria
Mentor of the Schütte-Lihotzky Scholarship (BMUKK)

Estate of the Architect

Art Collection and Archive of the University of Applied Arts Vienna

Permanent exhibition at MAK - Austrian Museum of Applied Arts Vienna

Frankfurter Küche, 1926 (faithfully reconstructed replica), on display at the MAK Design Labor since 1991
Wohn- und Schalzimmer für Mrs. C. Neubacher, Vienna 1925, since 2013 in the exhibition area Wien um 1900